A new Spanish airline will take off from Madrid and Lisbon airports from mid-June.

World2Fly has been setup by the Iberostar hotel company.

It will essentially be a charter service to fly guests over to locations in Central America and the Caribbean, but it will sell seats to independent travellers.

The new carrier will operate a fleet of Airbus A350s and A330s from Spain and Portugal.

Mallorca-based Iberostar will take its clients to its resorts in Havana, Cuba; Cancun in Mexico; and Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic.

All of the destinations will be served on a twice-weekly basis from Madrid-Barajas airport as of June 18, and a weekly service from Lisbon airport.

Iberostar says the three locations are ‘just a start’ especially as it has over 120 four and five-star resorts around the world.

World2Fly is boldly promising travellers ‘an unparalleled experience on every single flight, every single day, and every single minute’.

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